Harry Redknapp's best transfer offer yet! Ex-Spurs executive builds dream home for £ 3.4m after selling his villa in Sandbanks for £ 7m
- Harry Redknapp puts himself and his wife Sandra in a lavish new home
- The winner of I'm A Celebrity is the move to a five bedroom property in Poole
- His former stunning oceanfront mansion near Sandbanks raised £ 7 million
In his long career as a football manager, Harry Redknapp was no stranger to multi-million pound transfers.
And now he's moving himself and his wife Sandra to a lavish new home – after making a respectable seven-figure profit with his old one.
The I Am a Celebrity winner is moving to a five bedroom property in Poole, Dorset after selling his mansion on Millionaire's Row on the nearby Sandbanks, the world's most expensive stretch of coast.
His stunning oceanfront mansion raised £ 7 million – double what he paid for it in 2015.
Harry Redknapp puts himself and his wife Sandra (pictured together) in a lavish new home – after making a decent seven-figure profit with his old one
A friend said, “Harry is smart with his money. He saw an opportunity to make millions – and he took it. "
Though money wasn't the only factor, the couple found the four-story property too big for them, too.
The profit 73-year-old Harry made will fully cover the £ 3.4million he is paying for the new property that is still under construction.
When it's finished there will be an orangery, gallery and changing rooms for him and her.
The profit made by 73 year old Harry will fully cover the £ 3.4million he is paying for the new property (concept image – credit: DG Developments Fine Homes) which is still under construction
His stunning oceanfront villa near Sandbanks (pictured) raised £ 7 million – double what he paid for it in 2015
And because it's still under construction, the Redknapps will have a say in the finishing touches to make it their dream home.
The couple, who appeared together on Celebrity Googlebox after Harry found his second career as a TV star, moved out of their old home last week and will be renting another property until the new one is ready in March.
Harry is no stranger to making money in the real estate market. In 2015, he sold another mansion in Sandbanks, a five-bedroom waterfront property, to Topps Tiles tycoon Barry Bester for £ 6.8 million, a profit of £ 4 million for what he paid for it in 2001.
The football player's son, who became a television presenter, was a regular visitor to the Sandbanks house along with his children Charley, 16, and Beau, 11.
Their older son Mark also lives nearby with his wife Lucy and five children.
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